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Spanish Flatbread with Chorizo, Oregano and Tomato

Spanish Flatbread with Chorizo, Oregano and Tomato

Finding fresh herbs in the suburbs may have become easier than before, but supply continues to be unreliable. So, when one does discover an innocent pack of very perky looking oregano, one brings it home immediately. I made this bread several months ago, but I remember exactly how excited I was when I found the […]

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Sundried Tomato Couscous Stuffed Baby Peppers

Sundried Tomato Couscous Stuffed Baby Peppers

The market is flooded with color (who needed Holi and its painful issues with water and chemical color?). There are greens in a zillion shades, cooling the eye in the infernal heat, and there are these bright yellows and reds that can pick your mood. Just the sight of a vegetable cart filled to the […]

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Top 10 Winter recipes on My Jhola

Top 10 Winter recipes on My Jhola

I’m just back from a quick weekend getaway in Jodhpur, where I was invited to the launch of a book on the Temple Food of India. The weather was cool, the night a little a nippy. With my friends I gorged on the mirchi vadas and pyaaz ki kachoris that Jodhpur is famous for and […]

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Tomato and Raisin Chutney

Tomato and Raisin Chutney

My current favorite snack is a couple of crackers dipped into or topped with something. Non fussy, easy to put together, enjoyable, and filling. That’s what I need on a mad day of writing, juggling excel sheets, planning classes and meetings. I always carry a pack of diabetic-friendly biscuits in my bag when I go […]

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My first home-grown tomato | Taking a Blogging Break

My first home-grown tomato | Taking a Blogging Break

Almost by reflex, the first thing I tend to do the moment I jump out of bed is go check on my plants. Even before I brush or bring in the newspaper and milk. Those are my first few moments of calm before the day hurls itself at me–before the rest of the family is […]

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Tomato Sauce for Pasta, Pizza, and Dips

Tomato Sauce for Pasta, Pizza, and Dips

I have always advocated freshly cooked food. If you open my freezer or pantry cupboard, you will not find even one tray of ready to eat meals. I don’t hoard jars and cans of tomatoes (I mean, really–how long does it take to chop a tomato?) and corn or sauces of a zillion kinds. If […]

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Roasted Baby Carrots with Sea Salt and Thyme

Roasted Baby Carrots with Sea Salt and Thyme

Many, many years ago, on a trip to Mahabaleshwar, I ate baby carrots for the first time. Slender little things with their greens still on. I must have been six or seven. And yet, it is surprising how I remember their distinct crispness and sweetness. I think we all ate a bunch each. Several years […]

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